Are you a book lover? 10 books you should never miss!

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If you are a book lover, there are certain books that you should never miss. This is a list of 10 amazing books that I found to be excellent. 

These are the types of books that you read not just for enjoyment but for enlightenment and knowledge. 

Anony Max has some more information about books you should never miss.

They will open your eyes and make you think more deeply about many different aspects of life and humanity, before inspiring you to live more happily and with a greater sense of purpose.

Here are 10 books you should never miss-

1.In The Name Of God

In The Name Of God, a true story of love and devotion, captivates readers with the clash between a young Muslim girl’s belief in her faith and a teenage boy’s thirst for knowledge. “Elijah” is an orphaned girl living in a refugee camp in Sudan. 

Elijah is twelve years old and she has been brought up as a Muslim. In the year 2003, she gets attached to Yusuf, the son of Bashir, whom she meets as well as his parents at the nearby refugee camp. 

2.A Little Princess

Published in 1905 by Frances Hodgson Burnett, A Little Princess follows the experiences of Sara Crewe, a wealthy father’s daughter who becomes a servant in her own home after her father loses all his wealth after being betrayed by his business partner. 

The story, which was the basis for the film of the same name, was based on Burnett’s own childhood when her father lost his factory.

3.The Dangerous Book for Boys

This book comes after The Dangerous Book for Girls. “The Dangerous Book for Boys” is a collection of books all about different topics in life that are not appropriate for girls or little boys to read about, including weapons, violence and war but it turns out this isn’t true at all! This book is one of the most read books in the world.

4.The Book Thief

This Book tells the story of Liesel Meminger, an orphan who sets out to steal food for her family during World War II. Her first friend is Rudy Steiner who catches her stealing his brother’s “special chocolate” on multiple occasions. 

The story continuously follows her journey as she tries to find redemption through the help of Death himself – Franz Meminger.

5.A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

This is a memoir by Betty Smith, written between 1945 and 1948. Betty Smith was born in Brooklyn to Russian Jewish immigrants. 

The book is about growing up poor after World War I and was published posthumously in 1956, which recounts the story of her early life; her difficult childhood; her education; and her chance encounters with various notable people.

6.The Fellowship of the Ring (J R R Tolkien)

This trilogy is the first part of the Lord of the Rings, which takes place before The Lord of The Rings: Return of The King, but after The Hobbit. The book revolves around a ring which is said to hold the power of The Dark Lord, Sauron. 

The story is about a hobbit Frodo Baggins who inherits the Ring from his uncle Bilbo. He has to travel a journey with a Fellowship consisting of Elves, Men and Dwarves through Middle-earth to the Crack of Doom.

7.The Little Prince

The Little Prince is a novella by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry first published in 1943. According to extensive research this book is one of the most translated books in the history of literature. It’s a very short novella with only 124 pages which you can finish in two hours! 

The story is about a pilot who had some encounters with an eccentric young prince during his journey across the desert, who had some unconventional wisdom to give, which he imparted to the pilot on his deathbed.

8.The Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank is a book that everyone needs to read at least once in their lifetime. 

The first version of the diary had more than 60 changes including names and identities of all real people mentioned within its pages.

In spite of this it has been cited as one of the most important books of modern times.

9. The Little Prince

This autobiography was written in French by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, a French pilot and writer. 

Published in 1943, it tells the story of an encounter between him and an eccentric young man who visits him during his flight across the Sahara Desert.

10.The Outsiders

The Outsiders is a novel written by S. E. Hinton in 1967, later adapted into a well-received film in 1983. 

It has been described as one of the best-loved novels for American youth and has been translated into twenty-six languages and sold more than twenty million copies worldwide. 

The book tells the story of a group of youths from a working class neighborhood in Tulsa, Oklahoma who have trouble fitting in to upper class society during the early 1970s.

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